Covering a full range of environmental and sustainability issues in Vancouver, British Columbia and Canada as a whole

Insurers grapple with worsening natural disasters

As wildfires intensify in the province, B.C.’s insurance industry struggles to meet demand

Wildfires prompt state of emergency declaration

Largest fire in B.C. to date is 50,000 hectares at Shovel Lake

Green Space: How sweet it is

North Vancouver firm turns wood byproducts into a taste sensation

Green Space: Future fuels

British Columbia’s top universities and a private Vancouver company take different routes in search of a sustainable fuel of the future

Green Space: Sustainable development

From saving salmon to housing the homeless to building wood-heavy highrises, B.C. developers harness sustainable features for solutions

Green Space: Ethical Investing

Millennials and gen-Xers look for ventures aligned with their socially responsible values

Green Space: Rising tides

A climate-change-driven 100-year flood event in the Lower Mainland could require upwards of $32 billion to repair the damage

Canada’s first centre for low-energy building launches in Vancouver

Mayor Gregor Robertson and various industry professionals were on hand to celebrate the opening of the Zero Emissions Building Exchange (Zebx) Centre for Excellence July 19 at Simon Fraser...

Clean fuel standard should be last resort: expert

Ottawa should only implement national clean fuel standard if national carbon pricing fails: C.D. Howe

Price environmental risks like carbon: Ecofiscal Commission

Pricing risk for mining and other sectors may be more effective than additional regulations